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Trouble removing closed caption on screen

This occurs in high definition only

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Tuner control the close cption /
in most case the cable box / CABLE BOX ACTS AS MAIN BOARD FOR TV - all tv can do is transfer and display image...

MOST LIKELY NEED TO CHANGE OPTION ON YOUR CABLE BOX ( TUNER) REMOTE - CALL YOUR CABLE SUPPLIER FOR TROUBLE SHOOTING IF WORSE COMES TO WROSE....

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